“R for Developers” free web-book: leave your opinion

October 10, 2014
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(This article was first published on MilanoR, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

A week ago, my boss at Quantide, Andrea Spanò, published Ramarro. Ramarro is a free interactive web based book (i.e. a web-book) about advanced R programming. The book would help R users to become proficient R developers. Target of the book are both R users and IT specialists that should deals with R users. The manual covers topics of the Quantide course “R for Developers”. Next face-to-face course will be in Milan next week (Oct 16 and 17). We can organize also on line training in English as well as organize the course at your place of business all over the Europe.

Andrea Spanò has taken efforts in writing this manual. However, your opinion is important to improve it. Please use the comments below to leave your sincere feedback to the author. He will try to reply to everybody. Thank you in advanced.

Finally: what does Ramarro mean? Ramarro is the Italian name of both European Green Lizard and Western Green Lizard. Ramarro is the “fancy name” of this web book. The subtitle (“R for Developers”) helps to understand the topic of the book. Quantide consultants are developing several web books about different R topics. All these manuals will have a fancy name of animals whose name starts, of course, with the R.

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